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dig deep

Definition of dig deep in English:

informal Use one’s physical, mental, or financial resources: dig deep—I know you can do better the generous trio decided to dig deep into their own pockets
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  • They have the moves, they have the power, but do they have that mental toughness to dig deep for 80 minutes?
  • I guess I'll have to dig deep and tap those resources of grit and resilience within me.
  • Generous Swindonians dug deep in their pockets and raised hundreds of pounds for the National Osteoporosis Society.
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